1) What is your favorite school subject?

2) How many days a week do you go to school?

3) How many hours a week do you study per week?

Measures of Center, Variation, and Relative Standing

Testing Claim #1

Ho: p=.60

H1: p<.60

Level of significance: .05

Sampling Distribution: -1.645

Test Statistic: -8.60

P-Value: .0001 (for values over -3.50)

.0001 < .05

Continuous Data

My Claims

I claim that less than 60% of the population surveyed chose math as their favorite subject. (p < .60)

I claim that the average number of days this population goes to school is 3 days. (u=3)

I claim that the average number of hours the surveyed population studies is more than 10 hours. (u > 10)

**Elementary Statistics Final Project**

Ashley Sabat

Ashley Sabat

**Questions Asked to Students:**

Quantitative Data Sets

Days

Mean: 3.46

Median: 3.5

Mode: 5

SD: 1.238

Hours

Mean: 9.27

Median: 9

Mode: 8

SD: 4.148

Five Number Summary

Min= 3

Q1= 6

Q2 (Median)= 9

Q3= 12

Max= 22

I claim that less than 60% of the population surveyed chose math as their favorite subject. (p < .60)

Reject the null hypothesis. There is sufficient evidence to support the claim that less than 60% of the population surveyed chose math as their favorite subject.

Frequency Distribution

Frequency Polygon

Ogive

Confidence Intervals

Continuous Data Set:

8.40 < 9.27 < 10.14

Discrete Data Set:

3.20 < 3.46 < 3.72

Discrete Data

Frequency Distribution

Qualitative Data

**Testing Claim #2**

I claim that the average number of days the

population goes to school is 3 days.

Ho: u=3

H1: u<3

Confidence Level: 0.05

T: 3.52

P value: .99

.99 > .05

F

Fail to reject the null hypothesis. There is not sufficient evidence to warrant rejection that the average number of days the population goes to school is 3.

**Testing Claim #3**

I claim that the average number of hours the surveyed population studies is more than 10 hours. (u > 10)

Ho: p=.60

H1: p<.60

Level of significance: .05

Sampling Distribution: -1.645

Test Statistic: -8.60

P-Value: .0001 (for values over -3.50)

.0001 < .05

Reject the null hypothesis. There is sufficient evidence to support the claim that less than 60% of the population surveyed chose math as their favorite subject.